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Lasko 42" Wind...
on Jul 16, 2012
I have a 42" wind
the first thing to check is that the remote control is working and the control panel of the fan itself are working probably and i think they did but you have to check first
this fan oscillating control button is not a mechanical connection like the regular fan so if you are not using it wrong(and i think you don`t ) an if all the buttons are working -except the oscillating function - (and i think they are ) turn that thing back and test it at the shop
Lasko 42" Wind...
on May 22, 2011
How do you clean the ionizer in a lasko wind curve
You have to take the fan apart. They didn't design it with the convenience of the customer who likes to keep things clean in mind, so you have to get out a bunch of screwdrivers and stuff and roll around on the ground and fight with it until you get it apart. I posted a lengthy post on how to get this model apart, as I just did mine yesterday. Just look for my name on the Lasko models like this one. But be careful and don't try it if you don't think you can pull it off without getting hurt.
Lasko 42" Wind...
on Aug 16, 2010
What is the best method for purifying water?
depends on where you are and when you want the water treated.
for camping and hiking , water purification tablets are quick and easy methods and one of the best ( used by the armed forces )
if you want it for home use
running the water through a ceramic filter then through an ultra-violet purifier will get rid of all the bugs
for larger volumes an osmosis purifying system as used by the water treatment works in council water supplies is best
so you need to specific as to when you want the water pure.
boiling water is ineffective as it concentrates the bugs and doesn;t kill them all, however distilling water by boiling off and collecting the steam back to water separates the bugs
on Oct 11, 2020
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